Effectiviteit van telefonische coaching om te stoppen met roken
SourceVerslaving, 10, 2, (2014), pp. 3-21
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SW OZ BSI OGG
We tested the effectiveness of tailored quitline (telephone) counselling among smoking parents recruited into cessation support through their children’s primary schools. We conducted a two-arm randomized controlled trial with 3-month and 12-month follow- up. Smoking parents were recruited through their children’s primary schools and received either quitline counseling in combination with tailored supplementary materials or a standard self-help brochure. Parents who received quitline counseling were more likely to report 7-day point prevalence abstinence at 12month assessment than those who received a standard self-help brochure. Parents who received quitline counseling were more likely to use nicotine replacement therapy than those who received a standard self-help brochure. Among parents who did not achieve abstinence, those who received quitline counseling smoked fewer cigarettes at 3-months assessment and 12-month assessment, were more likely to make a quit attempt, to achieve 24hours abstinence, and to implement a complete home smoking ban than those who received a standard self-help brochure. Quit-line counseling tailored to smoking parents is an effective method for helping parents quit smoking and promoting parenting practices that protect their children from adverse effects of smoking.
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